One would think living in luxury meaning expensive and spacious, but it can also mean comfortable and picture-perfect. When you visit open houses, do you find it fascinating and exciting if you see someone’s closet or pantry is organized as neat as “The Container Store” or “IKEA”? If your pantry is in need of some serious help, never fear! Here are a few tricks you can try to get your pantry organized and looking its best.
Bake like a Pro!
Display of containers filled with sugar, flour, and other baking ingredients. This is the new way to keep your kitchen organized and will change the way you bake forever. Glass containers can cost a fortune, but to achieve a similar look and function in your own pantry, pouring your flour into plastic containers and keeping a small bin with an extra set of measuring cups right next to them will just do the trick. As long as the design of the container is consistent, it will look very organized.
The Lazy Susan is better than ever, especially in a kitchen pantry. It allows you to organize supplies and can easily bring items in the back to the from with its smooth rotation. It is best to store frequently used supplies, with its easy rotating design, it will avoid poring through various containers and create a mess to find a given item.
Wicker and wire baskets
Dollar stores are great for finding baskets to organize your pantry. You’ll find a large variety of shapes and sizes, so you can use one style in many different locations without any worries about being bored with what’s inside or looking messy from view angles because there’s nothing standing out like an eyesore on the shelf! Moreover, no matter what is in the basket, it is not transparent like plastic containers, so you can hide many different things in them and just label, “Others”.
Don’t forget your “air space” is very precious. There is always a need to be mindful of the space that we have. We should not forget how precious it can feel when your living quarters are too small for all of our belongings, so don’t get caught up in box-staking! Instead, try using narrow or tall containers depending on what kind you think will work best – cereal? spaghetti noodles? oatmeal packets..etc These are things that you can quickly use up, so you don’t have to refill them so frequently.
The door is the most used and important part of your home. It provides a way for you to enter, exit, store things inside as well as protect it from rain or snow outside! But did ya know? You can use that same door numerous times by using clever storage solutions like shoe caddies which are made specifically with this idea in mind – they will come in handy when there’s no room left on shelves anymore (gives additional 20+ pockets of storage easily). With these pockets dwelling at all times within reach; finding what one needs is not a problem. Better yet, these pockets are all in the same size, so no matter what you place in these pockets, they will look very organized.
Author: Susanna Leung
Susanna Leung’s goal as a real estate professional with Haylen Group is to help her first-time home buying clients find that perfect home where their families can grow, thrive, and live their dreams in the United States. She applies her experience in remodeling, resource networking, negotiations, and advanced marketing to provide her clients with dedicated, full coverage service.